|Embattled fitness chain F45 posts $55 million loss, cancels 300 franchise sales|
Embattled fitness chain F45 has posted a massive $60 million quarterly loss and cancelled more than 300 franchise sales as it stares down up to five possible lawsuits from disgruntled investors.Reporting its financial results after...
© 2022 NZ Herald 8:43pm Senior Leadership Team Changes
On 14 July 2022 Blis Technologies announced a refocusing of strategy on core business. In line with this change we have looked at our structure and made changes to our senior leadership team
© 2022 sharechat.co.nz 3:52pm Emirates defers planned Christchurch Airbus A380 flights
Emirates' planned restart of services to Christchurch, due to start from December, has been deferred due to ongoing operational constraints and resourcing pressures. The airline had planned to operate an Airbus A380 between Christchurch...
© 2022 NZ Herald 1:23pm CHI - Half Year Results and Audio Conference Details
Channel Infrastructure’s Chief Executive Officer, Naomi James, and Chief Financial Officer, Jarek Dobrowolski, will give a presentation on the company's financial and operational performance for HY22 via an audio conference commencing on Thursday 25
© 2022 sharechat.co.nz 12:57am Mercury results reflect transformative year
A year of transformative change has supported Mercury’s financial performance for the year to 30 June 2022
© 2022 sharechat.co.nz 11:34am PGG Wrightson earnings hit record, sees strong year ahead
Rural services group PGG Wrightson (PGW) said a strong performance from its retail and water business helped drive earnings to a record over the June year.The company's net profit came to $24.3 million, up 7 per cent on the prior...
© 2022 NZ Herald 10:44am Do not knock, unless you want a $30,000 fine from today
Salespeople and doorknockers who ignore stickers could now face hefty fines and have sales deals torn up in court.Consumer NZ said new laws taking effect today were a triumph over "pushy salespeople hounding householders to buy...
© 2022 NZ Herald Tue 7:23am Housing market: Most homeowners profit on sales, despite downturn
From RNZ Most homeowners are continuing to make healthy profits when they sell their houses, despite the market for resales showing further signs of weakness.CoreLogic's pain and gain survey indicates 98.1 per cent of properties...
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